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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Carthage, Missouri Carthage press saturday May la 1974�?p-5 ill Vul. Zeh air let Vul continued from Page i. Act on May 29 As the admission Blank is not acceptable for use on residual test dates. Scores from the residual act test Are for the use of Missouri Southern state College Only and will not be sent to any other College. All students participating in the test should bring $6.50 or a Check payable to american College testing program for that amount. Students should report to Hearnes Hall room 324 at 7 45 . May 29. Testing will last until approximately 12 30 . That Day. For further information Contact the counselling and testing office at Misc Telephone 624-8100. Professor s paper published or. J. Larry Martin head of the Missouri Southern state College department of mathematics has received word from the University of Western Australia that a paper he co authored has been accepted for publication in a the australian mathematics the paper a a on children a geometrical representation a discusses the theory and research surrounding the representational space of Young children. It includes review of studies concerning development of a child a concept of geometrical shapes lines length similarity and transformations review of selected studies designed to train children on various geometrical concepts and recommendations for classroom teachers. Co author of the paper is or. L. P. Steffe of the University of Georgia. Date of publication has not been announced. Alpha Psi Omega induction eight new members were inducted into Upsilon Omicron cast of Alpha Psi Omega National honorary fraternity at Missouri Southern state College in ceremonies held wednesday in the barn theater on the Misc Campus. Induction is based upon outstanding ability displayed in All phases of theater activity. A National and local examination must be passed that checks the pledges knowledge of theory in theater Alpha Psi Omega is recognized internationally As the largest and one of the most demanding theater fraternities. Mark Claussen director and Patti German stage manager presided at the ceremony. Sam Claussen acted As honorable prompter while Julie Dale playwright Terry Ward and Mike Deaton served As pledge proctors. Present and inactive members attended the ceremonies. Also present was Milton Brietzke co sponsor of the local cast and head of the Misc speech and drama department and his wife an honorary member of the fraternity following the initiation a Coffee was held at the Home of Duane l. Hunt an instructor in the speech and drama department at the College. Hunt also serves As a local cosponsor of the Upsilon Omicron cast. Moser attends ged meeting or. Eugene c. Mouser director of counselling and testing at Missouri Southern state College recently attended conferences in Kansas City regarding the College level examination Clep and general educational development ged testing programs. Participants and lecturers represented five states. The Clep is a testing program whereby College students May demonstrate their proficiency in Many academic areas thereby bypassing the courses yet receiving full College credit for the courses. The general educational development testing meeting was for test administrators of the ged tests in Missouri Kansas and Nebraska. Ged tests permit a person that was unable to Complete their High school education to pass High school tests and receive a High school diploma from the state department of education. The testing program hasten expanded to include people whose native language is Spanish or French As Well As specially designed tests for the Blind or partially sighted. It was announced at the conference that a test will be available in the near future for the deaf or hearing impaired individual. Additional information about the Clep or ged tests May be obtained by contacting the counselling and testing office on the Missouri Southern state College Campus Telephone 624-8100. Phi Delta Kappa installs the Joplin chapter of Phi Delta Kappa an honorary education fraternity dedicated to research service and leadership recently installed new officers for the 1974-75 school year at Bria Brook country club. Or. Carey Southall area coordinator from the University of Missouri conducted the induction ceremonies. Elected to office were the following or. Robert Wolf president Joplin a Viii schools or. Charles Niess vice president Missouri Southern state College Bill Elliott treasurer Carl Junction school District or. Truman Volskay Secretary Missouri Southern state College and or. Robert Wiley newsletter and Public relations Missouri Southern state College. Immediate past president or. James Sandrin presented ted Anderson math teacher at Parkwood High school with the chapters annual leadership award for his exemplary and innovative work in individualizing math instruction at the secondary level. Entertainment for the event was provided by the Barbershop singers under the direction of or. Robert Highland. Vets should enrol soon veterans planning to enrol at Missouri Southern state College for the summer semester should apply As soon As possible. Advance payments Are available to veterans who request them. The american College test will be Given May 29 on a residual basis. The test is a part of the College admission requirements. Newly enrolling students who have not taken the act should plan to take it then. The test will be Given at 7 45 . In Hearnes Hall on the Misc Campus. A charge of $6.50 is required of students planning to take the test. Scores from the residual act Are for the use of Misc Only and will not be sent to any other College. If you Are interested in information concerning admission to Missouri Southern state College or veterans benefits Contact the veterans affairs office room 115 in Hearnes Hall Telephone 624-8100. Memorial Hall Calendar monday 1 , basement a weight watchers. 3 45 ., Lincoln room a Carthage Marble Union. 7 ., basement a weight watchers. 7 30 ., colonial room a Park Board. Tuesday 2 ., Lincoln room a machinist Union. 7 ., auditorium a Square dancers. 7 30 ., Lincoln room a Grain Millers Union. Wednesday 7 30 a.rn.-3 30 ., South room a Drivers tests. 9a.m., colonial room a wednesday morning Bridge. Noon basement a senior citizens dinner. 1 30-7 of ., auditorium a red Cross Bloodmobile. Thursday 9 a.rn.-2 30 ., auditorium a red Cross Bloodmobile. 7 ., basement a weight watchers. 7 30 ., colonial room a Rebekah xxx age. Friday la ., colonial room a duplicate Bridge saturday 9 ., auditorium a worldwide Church of god 6 ., basement a c. B. Club. Type writers Guild discusses characterization Carthage Type writers Guild met wednesday morning at the Grace episcopal Parish House. Four members attended. Mrs. Angie Bass presided and after a Brief business meeting mrs. Waunite Forste read an article by William Harrison on characterization. This was followed by a group discussion on the subject. Mrs. Angie Bass read a children a Story for group criticism. Mrs. Mary Bussinger reported she had been awarded first place in the essay contest sponsored by the county homemakers. Sales reported were the acceptance of two poems by a a ideals by mrs. Angie Bass. Next meeting will be May 22. Local woman faces stealing charge Linda Marie Chastain 17, 303 Meridian was charged with felonious stealing Friday in a complaint filed in Eastern District magistrate court. Jasper a mayor Steve be proper since the four county miss Chastain is charged Ward reported the City Council planning group is in the with stealing $50 from Donna Here has voted to cease process of developing a solid Frazer 218 n. Main april 5. Operations at the City a Trench waste management plan. The Money allegedly was taken Landfill and return to open cities in the state have a from a purse in the Frazer dumping at the City dump deadline of july i of this year Home. Which has been closed for to be in compliance with state miss Chastain is held in the almost two years. Law for collection and Jasper county jail in default of mayor Ward said the Landfill disposition of solid waste. $2,000 Bond. Dissolution filings pensive. Dictated no action will be taken petitions for dissolution of the old City dump wil1 against towns in the four marriage have been filed in used until the City can reach a counties not in compliance Jasper county court by solution to the trash problem since the solid waste Marjorie Gritts and Ward said the City dump will management plan is being Anderson Bill Gritts with the be open to the Public for developed wife As the Petitioner. Dumping each wednesday and Ward said City Crews will Tony Milford Harris and saturday. There will be no work to clean the open Trench Eula Jeanette Harris with the charge for City residents Landfill which has been in husband As the Petitioner. Persons residing outside the operation for about two years. Susan a. Irish and Russell w. Cd limits will be charged $1 Irish by joint petition. For an automobile Load $1.50 Barbara Jean Wyrick and for a pick up truck and $2.50 Charles Monroe Wyrick by for a truck Load of refuse joint petition. Ward said the Ozark Charles b. Jenkins and Gateway regional planning Nancy Lee Jenkins by joint commission has informed him petition. County voters urged to update registration a Complete canvass of All voter registrations in Jasper county is underway and county clerk Charles Goll Friday appealed to All registered voters who have changed their names or addresses to notify one of the clerks offices by letter of the changes. The voters signatures must accompany the notifications of change Goll said. Goll said obtaining the information at an Early Date will save time and Money in a county wide canvass required by state Law to begin this month. New registrants must apply in person at the clerks offices in Carthage or at any of the several Deputy clerks offices throughout the county. Mate Law requires that such a canvass shall begin the first week in May 1974, and every four years thereafter. Under canvassing regulations card Baring names of individual voters must be sent to the Post offices shown on the addresses for Check by the postal department. Counties will pay a fee of 5 cents for each voter registration checked. Registration deputies in offices throughout the county Are As follows Ruth Wilson City clerk Asbury Lois Hurt City clerk Jasper resuming using City dump Showtime theme for medical dinner the Jasper county medical Diana Polis symphony society will be entertained by Oklahoma City symphony the mid America singers Wichita Falls tex., sym quartet at its annual Spring phony the Oklahoma Lyric banquet tuesday night at twin i Heater and Indiana Hills Golf and country club. University opera theatre. In wives of the doctors will be 1967 he performed a principal special guests Roe we Jerome Hines and the program a Showtime a other stars of the metropolitan will present music of the stage a Pera company in the world. A. Uis Pumau. U. 5uhu waste. F famous operatic premiere of hines1 sacred to meet state planning commission of a Broadway Quot i am the he requirements and was sex facials said the state has in comprising the quartet als0 has been understudy to Jasper Norma Hill City collector Carl Junction Constance Cruzan City collector Carterville p. D. Crockett City clerk Webb City Robert Prins City clerk Oronogo Margie Garrett City clerk or Ann Weaver City collector Sarcoxie and Dorothy Fletcher City clerk Duenweg. Incorrect fines the thursday press was in error on two fines that were assessed tuesday in municipal court. Charles Ray Hoard route 3, and Neil Gene Manley 1302 s. Maple were each fined $15 and costs not $110 and costs As listed. City receives $26,715.85 in april sales tax Are four area vocalists mrs. Hines As Christ in the same Virginia Terry Soprano mrs. Opera at the metropolitan Ida Ruth Platt Mezzo in new York and during Soprano both of Carthage its National tour. John Mizell Tenor Point mrs. Gloria Jardon a Lookout and ted Harris base graduate of the University of baritone uni Ivy Rah Arp Kansas and the new England 5435,910.04 in sales tax a sales tax Check in the amount of $26,715.85 was received by the City of Carthage Friday from the state department of Revenue covering receipts from the one cent City sales tax for the month of april the Mccune Brooks Hospital Bond retirement account received $10,500 from that Check and the remaining $16,215.85 was deposited in the sales tax general Revenue. Carthage has received members of mid America conservatory of music we payments since the twas the grass fire alarm Carthage firemen were summoned at 3 50 . Friday to the Bob Brunett residence 1425 Olive to sex using the City dump again will Linguish a grass fire beat to is a Tea Al acc a Hospital my funerals Bolivar. All Are Anu Rua accompany the singers. The instituted in january 1973. Singers. Claude e Jardon or balance on hand in the City the a of miso in she is a Well known Joplin soles to general Revenue the University of Missouri musician and Diano teacher account now stands at Kansas City. For Many years musician Ana piano learner. She was a prominent soloist in or. Victor Mlacak Ekse 181�?T49286 the Kansas City area and Sang president will preside at the by a i Irod Iii leading Soprano roles in the do Quoter meeting. Or. Charles no Lllan in juice Iii Kansas City Lyric opera Jjo Ala wl11 a 1,1n p a a i. Company. She presently a a the new Deal on Cdr acc dwelt methodist Hurch of Carthage a a a or Are Reeker it. Vernon a mrs Platt was graduated m i president elect John Accident at 11 35 . Thur from Southern methodist Esther my vice president Day on Lawrence county University Dallas tex., with a and A. S. Hall Aba Melvin h. Woods the admitted miss Brenda Maggard 232 Vine. Claude l. Henry route 2. Miss Elsie Potter route 2. Omer White Jasper. Dismissed mrs. Raymond Doty and son 712 Limestone. Mrs. Zella Cauthon 712 w. Chestnut. Mrs. Johnny Mitchell 1313 Case. Jerry j. Campbell route 2. Jesse Clayton i Amar. Dismissed Arthur Orrell i Amar. Mrs. Ethel Dresslaer Lamar. Cardwell memorial admitted Gail Tuggle Granby. Bachelor of music degree. She Secretary treasurer studied at Eastman school of a social hour beginning at Portland music at Rochester n y., and Jujj p,n1, w1 Prece e h. Woods 68, Portland died Aspen school of music it thursday Here. He had been in Aspen olo. She has been failing health the last two Spla he with the Dallas sym years. He resided in Carthage Pony orchestra the i me several years before moving to Tex a symphony an e Portland in 1943. Springfield mo., symphony. He was born nov. La 1905, she currently is choir director near Wentworth. Survivors of Grace episcopal Church in include his wife mrs. Bernie Carthage and teaches voice. Woods a son Bob Woods Mizell was educated in Portland three Brothers 9a Ina. Wilson Woods Charlotte . Edison Woods Hutchinson Muslo husbands secret Long kept from her route a some 15 Miles Northeast of Here resulted in injuries to a passenger. Taken to Laster e. Cox medical Center Springfield for treatment of bruises abrasions lacerations to her right ear and a neck injury was Patricia Moore 32, Springfield. She was a passenger in a pickup truck driven by Ray Vernon Faucett East Pearl Hill mrs. Angie Bass Kan., and Emerald Woods Sarcoxie two Sisters miss Lela Woods and mrs. Lillian White both Sarcoxie and two grandsons. Funeral services will be at i monday at Ross 2 . After a 10-Day visit with Hollywood Chapel Here. Burial mrs. Corbett Johnson. Route his parents or and mrs. S. J. Will follow immediately also in pvt. E-2 Allen Ross and mrs. Miss Cheryl Jennings route Oss saturday for it. Dix pm Ross and other relatives of the Portland. 3. Mrs. Ruby Ott 1835 grand. Distrust Thuv also visited her mrs. Samuel t. Smith route parents at Pittsburg Kan. Dinner guests tuesday of Carl Halibert 1301 Garrison. A or and is a is in Russ a re mrs. Floyd Watrous Jasper or a Quot a mrs Orville Ross or inn in re Mill i n knee one and mrs. Phillip Ross and Debbie Danny and Diana and or. And mrs. Allen Ross. Or. And mrs. David Forste and or. And mrs. Jerry miss Brenda mansard 232 Hartman dined in Joplin miss Brenda Maggard Ai saturday night. The occasion was the birthday anniversary of mrs. Forste route i. Mrs. John Houston 803 e. Highland. Richard Bishop 411 n. Garrison. Vine. Earl w. Wilson Oronogo funeral at 8 18 . Friday at Freeman Hospital will be at 2 . Monday at hedge i Lewis Chapel. Or. Wilson had been a a freudian slip in Ford introduction Buff . A i a Bor Secretary Peter Brennan Golden St. Johns birth or. And mrs. Melloway Carthage. Admitted Jerry Everhard City. Freddie Duncan Sarcoxie. Dismissed mrs. Janice Beerly and son Golden City. Miss Teresa Miksell Duenweg. Orville Foger Lamar. Veniece Harper Duenweg. Phyllis Gonzales Carthage. Freeman admitted Chicago a mrs. Enrico Fermi had known for some Springfield route 4. Time that she would be the Hon state troopers said the we Kansas new ored guest at today a ceremony Faucett vehicle ran off the Jersey and Missouri. He holds in which the National Accel Era Road a a High rate of Speed degrees from West Tor Laboratory is renamed Down into a ditch returned to Minster choir College and after her husband. He pavement and overturned. University of Missouri but because of wartime be the passenger was thrown Kansas City. He made his Crecy she did not know for Fri in the vehicle and pinned professional debut As soloist years that her husband was the underneath with the Philadelphia or Leader in nuclear research that Chestra and has been soloist ushered in the atomic age. With the san Antonio sym it was not until after the first phony the Angelo opera atomic bomb had been devel company Springfield sym oped at in its Alamos n m., she phony and a Star of the Kansas said that she Learned about his City Lyric opera. Since 1959 he secret research at the univer has been director of choirs and sity of Chicago. Professor of music at the Fermi Nobel prize Winner in did a fast turnaround after Call services for Earl w. Wilson 63,f the Zarks Point physics in 1938, died in 1954 at ing vice president Gerald r. 115 Home Oronogo who died Lix Skoul a 53. Ford a the president in an in Harris who is chairman of the National accelerator production at a labor leaders voice instruction at Southwest Laboratory in suburban a luncheon. Baptist College holds data via will be named Fermi a a her a i mean the vice Vance degrees in music from tonal accelerator Laboratory. President a Brennan said Tri William Jewell College now nearly completed the lab Day As the audience began patient at t Reeman Hospital Okja Horna Baptist University oratory is the worlds largest chuckling. Then he added since monday. University of Illinois and in nuclear facility. A there will be a lot of talk the Rev. Dow Booe will ,or0itv has a pin about that tonight. It was just a officiate. Burial will be in Carl ,u"1v�?ze&Quot to a homeowners insurance freudian slip a. June lion cemetery under toil Quot opera oratorio an Ltd see Beimdiek Agency p or. And mrs. H. E. Forste direction of the hedge i Ewis musical come it with advertisement 1-26-tf Robert and or. And mrs. David Forste funeral Home. M or. Wilson was born july 4, 1910, at Webb City and was a 7 a a lifetime resident of Webb City in a a Mother is. Visited or. And mrs. Herbert i Ewis and family and the Carl i Ewis family Alba sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. H. E. Forste visited or. And mrs. Clyde Potter tuesday night. Visitors sunday of or. And mrs. Glenn Bass were or. And mrs. Don Sweet and Kyle and Kim Republic or. And mrs. Bob Bass and Stephanie Dana Sam and Kelton and Bill Bass and Ronnie Val and Jeff. Danny and Diana Ross were mrs. Daniel Mitchell Webb overnight guests of their City. Grandparents or. And mrs. S. Dismissed j Ross Friday. Jerry Steele Webb City. Or. And mrs. Wesley mrs. Bill Conway Jasper. Plummer Carthage and mrs. Mrs. Clarence Looney i Arry Foster and Rhonda Carthage. Sale memorial dismissed Velma English Granby. Oak Hill birth Kathy and Randy Oronogo were visitors sunday of mrs. Bessie Plummer. And Oronogo. He was a retired employee of Bullard and Bell wholesale company Joplin. Surviving is a brother Herman l. Wilson Joplin. Mrs. Flossie Brown Lamar a funeral services for mrs. Flossie Almeda Brown 78, Garden City Kan., former i Amar resident who died at to . Thursday at the fort Dodge Kan. Hospital will be at 2 . Sunday at Loh Meyer Konantz funeral Home Here. Davie Barger minister will officiate with burial at Lake cemetery near Here. Born in december 1895, at Champaign 111., mrs. Brow had lived the last 13 years in Garden City. She was a skiers member of Hopewell Thage a daughter. Admitted Royal Rea Carterville. Barton county memorial admitted Arch Vandiver la mfr. Adra Talbott Lamar. Firm Many downhill mrs. Cheryl Brune car beginners and veterans alike j or a arc a a their enthusiasm frosted by Lamar and me Lamar Long Waits for the ski Tow and veterans of foreign ars by traffic jams on the ski auxiliary. Slopes have turned to cheaper survivors include a daughter Freer Cross country skiing the Lucille Ward Garden National geographic society Arv Sfer or so b f Barlett Pittsburg Kan. Three grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Beautiful wonderful amp always there so she deserves Only the Best let the colonel make her Day really special with his great Kentucky Fried Chicken. Open Mother s Day May 12th. 102 n. Garrison store o pin la . 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